Vests are perfect for that added layer of warmth without bulk. This one is special: tribal crafts from both Uzbekistan and Kutch steal the show. The hand-woven merino wool is hand tied & dyed bandhani style, and lined with cotton block print. With a tassel fringe wrapped by hand at the hemline, Uzbeki needlepoint embroidery details and front pockets, it’s a winner in our book. There are tucks front and back for a slight tapered fit. Fall colors abound: burgundy, tan, brown & orange. We’ve only got 4 of these, so get one before they’re gone!
This exceptional Quanyin Coat is a rare example of exquisite embroidery, hailing from the Swaat valley. Some say this high quality of wool and handwork is queenly, and I have to agree. Black wool base with maroon, crimson, rust & cream embroidery create fine geometric motifs on the hem of the coat. The cut is a drop dolman 3/4 sleeve. Lined with a rich ombre brocade silken cloth. Trimmed with a mongolian lamb collar. Collar is stitch fixed on the jacket. A true one of a kind. Pockets, button front, size Medium. 42″ chest; 41″ L